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Anecdote Candles

Brass Wick Trimmer

Regular price $18.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $18.00 USD
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Use this trimmer to up your flame game and cut your wick to the proper ¼” wick length to maximize the burn time of your candle.

Directions: - Place the bottom the wick trimmer flush with the surface of the candle and then tilt the trimmer forward to a 45 degree angle to get the proper ¼” wick length - Discard wick remnants before lighting the candle again - Wipe clean with a damp cloth after each use Additional

Ingredients

"Our candles are made with natural ingredients and hand-poured in the USA. Our proprietary coconut-soy wax blend, cotton wicks, and premium phthalate-free fragrance oils create a clean burn and powerful scent throw."

Care & Use Instructions

Always follow the safety instructions when burning candles. Please trim wick to ¼” before burning to allow for a clean burn. Allow candle to burn to the edge of the vessel for a longer burn. Do not burn for more than 3 hours at a time. Discontinue use when 1/2" of wax remains to avoid potential surface damage. Never leave a candle burning unattended or within reach of drafts, pets, or small children.

About anecdote candles

"All of our candles are hand-poured with natural ingredients with no additives, dyes, or preservatives. Our coconut-soy wax blend, cotton core wicks, and premium phthalate-free fragrance oils create a clean burn and powerful scent throw."

Values & Sustainability

Our candles are made with natural ingredients and hand-poured in the USA. Our proprietary coconut-soy wax blend, cotton wicks, and premium phthalate-free fragrance oils create a clean burn and powerful scent throw.

anecdote candles

anecdote candles is an independent woman-owned company, located in Brooklyn, NY.

"At Anecdote, we’re making fragrance a conversation piece. Inspired by personal recollections and cultural trends, each candle is an everyday luxury designed to remind us of stories worth sharing."